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PREP 环绕；围绕；包围 To be positioned around a place or object means to surround it or be on all sides of it. To move around a place means to go along its edge, back to your starting point.
She looked at the papers around her...
Today she wore her hair down around her shoulders.
PREP 绕过；越过 If you move around a corner or obstacle, you move to the other side of it. If you look around a corner or obstacle, you look to see what is on the other side.
The photographer stopped clicking and hurried around the corner...
I peered around the edge of the shed — there was no sign of anyone else.
ADV 朝着相反方向；向着对立面 If you turn around, you turn so that you are facing in the opposite direction.
I turned around and wrote the title on the blackboard...
He straightened up slowly and spun around on the stool to face us.
PREP 在…四处；朝…四周 If you move around a place, you travel through it, going to most of its parts. If you look around a place, you look at every part of it.
I've been walking around Moscow and the town is terribly quiet...
He glanced discreetly around the room at the other people.
PREP 在…地方;至…的各处 If someone moves around a place, they move through various parts of that place without having any particular destination.
These days much of my time is spent weaving my way around drinks parties...
They milled around the ballroom with video cameras.
ADV 至（某人的家拜访） If you go around to someone's house, you visit them.
She helped me unpack my things and then we went around to see the other girls.
ADV 闲着；无所事事 You use around in expressions such as sit around and hang around when you are saying that someone is spending time in a place and not doing anything very important.
I'm just going to be hanging around twiddling my thumbs...
After breakfast the next morning they sat around for an hour discussing political affairs.
ADV 到别处 If you move things around, you move them so that they are in different places.
Furniture in the classroom should not be changed around without warning the blind child...
She moved things around so the table was beneath the windows.
ADV 旋转;围绕 If a wheel or object turns around, it turns.
The boat started to spin around in the water.
PREP 在各处；遍及 You use around to say that something happens in different parts of a place or area.
Police in South Africa say ten people have died in scattered violence around the country...
Elephants were often to be found in swamp in eastern Kenya around the Tana River.
ADV 在某处 If someone or something is around, they exist or are present in a place.
The blackbird had a quick, wary look in case the cat was anywhere around...
Just having lots of people around that you can talk to is important...
PREP 在…周围；在…身边 The people around you are the people who you come into contact with, especially your friends and relatives, and the people you work with.
We change our behaviour by observing the behaviour of those around us...
Those around her would forgive her for weeping.
PREP 以…为中心；以…为基础 If something such as a film, a discussion, or a plan is based around something, that thing is its main theme.
...the gentle comedy based around the Larkin family...
The discussion centered around four subjects.
ADV 又;循环地;周而复始地 You use around in expressions such as this time around or to come around when you are describing something that has happened before or things that happen regularly.
Senator Bentsen has declined to get involved this time around...
When July Fourth comes around, the residents of Columbia City throw a noisy party.
PREP 绕…一圈 When you are giving measurements, you can use around to talk about the distance along the edge of something round.
She was 40 inches around the hips.
ADV 大约 Around means approximately.
My salary was around £9,000 plus a car and expenses...
Rolls Royce produces around 1,000 extremely desirable cars a year.
PREP-PHRASE 大约 Around about means approximately.
There is a Green party but it only scored around about 10 percent in the vote...
He's charging you around about a hundred pounds an hour for his services.
PHRASE 各方面 You say all around to indicate that something affects all parts of a situation or all members of a group.
He compared the achievements of the British and the French during 1916 and concluded that the latter were better all around.
PHRASE 见过世面；经验丰富；老于世故 If someone has been around, they have had a lot of experience of different people and situations.
He knows what to do. He's been around...
He's been around a long time and has acquired a number of skills.